Tegan Walker, first-year doctoral student in the College of Education, was awarded the Future Leaders Fellowship by the Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development (AIARD). This annual competitive fellowship is awarded to students who have shown an interest in addressing international agriculture and rural development issues. Ms. Walker was one of the twelve students selected to attend the AIARD annual conference and visit a variety of development agencies and organizations. The conference was held in Washington D.C., June 3-7. Ms. Walker, a returned Peace Corps volunteer, is pursuing her Ph.D. in agricultural education and international development.
Tegan Walker, COE doctoral student, wins Future Leaders Fellowship